Cliffs Natural Resources Stock (CLF)

Cliffs Natural Resources stock trades under the symbol CLF. Cliffs Natural Resources Stock is a member of the Steel Sector. While I do not trade this stock I do write strategy articles about it. Here are some strategies for profit and income from CLF Stock.

Funds Outflow And Extremely Oversold Condition in CLF Stock – Does It Spell Opportunity?

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Funds Outflow And Extremely Oversold Condition in CLF Stock – Does It Spell Opportunity?

The news that China’s economy is slowing down means that the second largest buyer of mineral assets will be buying less and that hit Cliffs Natural Resources Stock with a drop of 3.75% by the close on Monday March 10. But is this the start of even more declines for Cliffs Natural Resources Stock or an opportunity for those who like to do put credit spreads or sell naked puts. I know on my options forum there are a lot of investors trading within CLF…

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Handling Unwanted Assignment of Shares – Revert The Trade Back

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Handling Unwanted Assignment of Shares – Revert The Trade Back

Sometimes when I get assigned shares and I do not want them, I simply revert the entire trade back to the original trade. Let me explain. Sometimes investors wait too long before rolling their deep in the money naked puts and are surprised to find they have been assigned unwanted shares. Today I received quite a few emails from investors who were assigned on shares of CLF Stock (Cliffs Natural Resources Stock), ABX Stock (Barrick Stock), NEM Stock (Newmont Mining Stock), APPL Stock (Apple Stock),…

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Deep In The Money Puts Rescue Strategy With Naked Calls

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Deep In The Money Puts Rescue Strategy With Naked Calls

This is a FullyInformed Members strategy article delving into a rescue strategy for a trade where the investors got caught in a downturn and is holding deep in the money puts. Once in a while a stock falls so quickly that investors who have sold naked puts don’t have the chance to buy them back and roll down. Other times they do buy them back and roll down but the collapse of the stock is so swift that they cannot roll down quick enough or…

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